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Dream Catcher Tattoo: Meanings

Updated on July 6, 2013

Originating in the Native American culture; Dream Catchers (also called Spider Web Charms because of their resemblance to a spider's web), are believed to trap bad dreams and allow good dreams to pass through the hole in the center of it. When you start to experience bad dreams again it means that the Dream Catcher is full.




(Dream Catchers are often adorned with things such as shells, beads, stones, and feathers. )
(Dream Catchers are often adorned with things such as shells, beads, stones, and feathers. )

While their might be many personal or cultural reasons for the popularity of Dream Catchers, they have become even more popular in the tattoo world. Their sacred representation for protection and their uniqueness might be reasons someone could be drawn to them.





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Examples of Dream Catcher Tattoos:

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While Dream Catcher's may be pretty to look at, consider the sacred meaning behind them before getting one!

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